5 Things: Solomon’s Postbox Edition

Happy Friday! Hope you all had a wonderful week like those of us who learned that Michael McIntyre’s Great Big Show is back. You know when you have one of “those weeks” and you have a little bright spot pop up? That’s exactly what happened.

Well, even if a silly British show isn’t your idea of a good time, it is Friday, friends! You know that also means it’s time to check out another “5 Things.” Enjoy!

Speaking of the UK, a postbox in Warrington that is intended to send letters to Heaven has received over 2,000 letters! The lovely thing is that the letters will eventually be planted as well. Can we get this idea going around the US, too?

This week is watched The Girl Behind the Alert, a documentary chronically the 9-year-old girl whose tragic death was the catalyst behind the Amber Alert system. I remember when Amber Alerts went into effect but had little detail about its namesake. This documentary is totally worth a watch and, hopefully, will inspire someone to come forward with the identity of Amber’s own killer. Sadly, her case has never been solved even though the life-saving system named for her has saved 1000+ children to date. Major tissue alert on this one!

Stumbling through the Internet, as one does, this article on “Solomon’s Paradox” jumped out from hiding. As you probably know, King Solomon was incredibly wise except when it came to his own personal life. (Who can’t relate to that?) Apparently, there is a way to work around that character flaw. I’m curious to give it a try!

After (finally) watching Top Gun: Maverick, yet another Internet rabbit hole dug up an article about flying an F-16N Viper. I don’t know about you but I love hearing people talk about their areas of expertise. Also, if you don’t want to read the entire article, looking at the pictures alone is a treat!

Last but certainly not least, I leave you with “100 ways to improve your life without really trying.”

Okay, that’s all for now. Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

Published by Jenn R

I write stuff and pretend to be good at crafting. Check out my first novel on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3nAxiZ4

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